Archives for December 2009

Damp houses dressed up as dry houses?

They are still out there; the ‘property dressers’ that is. These people call themselves ‘property developers’, which implies that they improve or even make something. If this means they make money for themselves, too right – if it means they renovate or physically improve property, well, that’s not always the case. Just before the Christmas break […]

What’s broken about damp diagnosis in the UK

What’s broken? Having listened carefully to the Blue Box seminar ‘shifting the paradigm’ I can say that yes, something about the housing market is broken; where damp is concerned and this was reflected in the presentation by Phil. There was some gnashing of teeth in respect of all the ‘unnecessary’ damp proofing work which is […]

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